The Rary Bird & and the Turnip Field


rudy oct 08
Sorry, there are no photo’s available of Rary birds, have to use a parrot!!!
A man walked into a pet shop to buy a parrot, I’m sorry said the owner I’m all out of parrots but I do have this lovely little Rary bird. He comes with his own cage, and is easy to feed as he only eats turnips. The man bought the Rary bird and picked up a turnip on the way home. When the man came home from work a few days later he noticed the Rary bird had grown too big for the cage. The man moved him into the garage and left a bag of turnips for him to snack on. A week later the Rary bird was too big for the garage. By now the man had grown fond of this bird so he bought a turnip field and moved Rary into the field. Another week passed and the Rary bird had outgrown the field and had finished all the turnips. The man bought a much larger turnip field that stretched right to the coast ending at a sheer cliff. Once more the Rary bird ate all the turnips and was bigger than ever. The poor man was at his wits end, he was broke and couldn’t afford anymore turnips. He decided he would have to kill the Rary bird. He crept into the field one dark night with his shot gun preparing to shoot Rary. Alas he couldn’t bring himself to pull the trigger. The following night he once more sneaked into the field, the Rary bird was standing at the edge of the cliff. The man crept up to the bird and said sorry Rary but I have to tip you over the cliff edge. Wait cried the Rary Bird, you can’t do that. My God said the man, you can talk!!! but why can’t I tip you over the edge of the cliff???????. ————–The Rary Bird looked at him in astonishment, don’t you know  —- Its a Long Way to Tiperary

Sorry about that, just couldn’t resist.
God Bless and keep reading

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Author of "Lily & Me", "The Royal Navy & Me" and Chapter XXl Armageddon. Writer, blogger and RN Submariner, antique automobile enthusiast.
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